If you want to know what works in your area, don't ask this forum--walk the docks in your marina and talk to the owners of the boats with the clean bottoms.
For example of how growth varies, we put on Micron Extra in October last year and 3 months later in Trinidad, the growth was out of control--both hard and spongy growth. After 4 months and 3 scrapings in the tropics we went to Newport
in June and all the growth simply fell off. After a summer in Maine
we hit the Chesapeake a few weeks ago and I went over the side to take a look, and there was only a light slime near the waterline.
Another variable, especially with ablative paints, is how often you sail your boat. Ablative baints don't do well when the boat sits in a marina for weeks at a time, and you are probably better off with a paint with a controlled leaching process.
I have seen several boats who had the copper epoxy
bottoms, and all had returned to traditional bottom paint after 2 years of scrubbing and scraping in the tropics.
Jotun makes some reasonable paints, but a few years back they reformulated the Sea Queen into something shiny. I didn't try it, but heard that boats in Thailand
were having problems. Left the area before a lot of people had had it on for a year, so didn't get very good feedback.